Grand Canyon National Park Reopens to the Public

Yellowstone Reopens a Key Gateway After Devastating June Flooding Yampa Valley Chamber of Commerce announces that the Grand Canyon National Park has reopened to the public following a devastating June flood. The devastating storm…

Grand Canyon National Park Reopens to the Public

Yellowstone Reopens a Key Gateway After Devastating June Flooding

Yampa Valley Chamber of Commerce announces that the Grand Canyon National Park has reopened to the public following a devastating June flood.

The devastating storm has resulted in at least $500 million in damage and more than 100 deaths. Nearly a third of the nation’s dams are at risk from floodwater.

Agency leaders said that a “new normal” is in the making.

“The Grand Canyon National Park is a symbol of the resilience of this country,” said Grand Canyon National Park Superintendent Jon Jarvis. “We are rebuilding our lives. We’re going back to business as usual, making our plans, but this is going to be a new normal.”

Officials said they are working together as a community.

“A new normal will require a new way of doing business,” said Grand Canyon National Park Director Jonathan Jarvis. “So we are going to make sure we work together as a team, as a community, to make sure we avoid all the mistakes that have been made.”

Officials said people still need to check flood levels before venturing into the park.

The following businesses and organizations have also reopened:

The Yampa Valley Chamber of Commerce announces that the Grand Canyon National Park has reopened to the public following a devastating June flood.

The devastating storm has resulted in at least $500 million in damage and more than 100 deaths. Nearly a third of the nation’s dams are at risk from floodwater.

Agency leaders said that a “new normal” is in the making.

“The Grand Canyon National Park is a symbol of the resilience of this country,” said Grand Canyon National Park Superintendent Jon Jarvis. “We are rebuilding our lives. We’re going back to business as usual, making our

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